Saturday, 1 August 2020

Iced Latte, Iced Spirulina Drink, Iced Mocha | Recipes

3/4 cup of ice,
3/4 cup of milk,
1 shot of espresso

1 tsp blue spirulina powder,
4 pumps of blue edible glitter,
1/2 cup water,
2 cups water,
1 tbs plain yogurt,
1 tsp honey,
1 tbs water,
3/4 cup ice

1 tsp cocoa powder,
1 tsp instant espresso powder,
1 and a half tbs hot water,
3/4 cup milk,
1/2 cup ice

1. Brew a shot of espresso using an espresso machine/via your desired method.
2. Fill a cup with the ice and then pour the milk. Slowly pour the espresso on top.
The difference in temperature will ensure the espresso remains on the surface as a separated layer unless mixed, giving a very aesthetically pleasing look. Sweeten to taste if necessary.

1. Whisk together the spirulina powder, glitter, and half cup of water until smooth. Dilute further with another two cups of water - add more if necessary. Here you're looking to achieve a very light blue colour.
2. In a bowl, mix together the yogurt, honey and tablespoon of water until smooth.
3. Place the ice in a cup and pour in around 3/4 cup of the spirulina water. Slowly pour over the yogurt to allow it to create a marbling effect.
4. Sweeten the drink to taste if necessary using sweetener/syrups of your choice. Mix well before consuming. A pastel blue coloured drink will form.

1. In a bowl whisk together the cocoa powder, espresso powder and hot water.
2. Place the ice in a cup and pour in the milk. Pour over the mocha mixture. Sweeten to taste using sweeteners/syrups as described in the above methods.
3. Mix well before consuming.

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